Archive for Thursday, January 24, 2002

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Donald A. Miller
January 24, 2002
Selma L. Henak
January 24, 2002
Nancy L. Pessoni
January 24, 2002
Waneta F. Thrift
January 24, 2002
A mighty mouse collection
A Eudora teacher goes gaga for anything Mickey
January 24, 2002
The Mickey Mouse collection Jeannine Sample started some 25 years was a joke, but the number of Mickey items she has now is nothing to laugh at. At last inventory, Sample said she had about 25,000 collectibles in her basement, very few of which were duplicates.
Boys take Tongie tourney title
January 24, 2002
Van Horn’s Michael Lang carried the Tonganoxie Invitational’s Most Valuable Player award under one arm and his team on his back, but Lang didn’t have room for the team trophy.
Girls ante up for Eagles rematch
January 24, 2002
The first two rounds of the 12th Annual Top Gun Tournament at Wellsville High School have turned into rivalry week for the Eudora High School girls basketball team.
Wrestlers earn victory over Osawatomie, lose to Spring Hill
Second-frame matches earn win while Spring Hill shows strengths
January 24, 2002
Eudora wrestlers split in league dual action Jan. 17, beating the home team of Osawatomie and losing to Spring Hill.
Lions Club blood drive can help alleviate donation shortage
January 24, 2002
Eligible Eudora donors will have an opportunity to ease the area blood shortage when the Eudora Lions Club sponsors a Community Blood Center drive from 2 to 6 p.m. Monday at Eudora United Methodist Church, Seventh and Church streets.
EHS student cooks rule the range
January 24, 2002
As Eudora High School junior Jesse Murphy shows visitors around his second high school, Millcreek Center in Olathe, pride beams off his face. When giving a tour of the culinary arts area, Murphy points out new gadgets, like a set of knives the students are supposed to save for a cooking competition but have already put to use.
RFL seminar set
January 24, 2002
Eudora Relay for Life organizers will get the chance to learn a thing or two from other communities at a Relay for Life University Saturday at Eudora High School.
Myrtle P. Beck
January 24, 2002
Orville P. Cline
January 24, 2002
Rose Cribbs
January 24, 2002
Graveside services for Rose Cribbs, 75, Caney, formerly of Havana, will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 26 at Havana Cemetery, with Pastor Sam Roundtree of the Lighthouse Community Church presiding. A reception will follow at the Havana City Hall.
Federal assessments could waste schools’ time, money
January 24, 2002
President George W. Bush signed an education bill two weeks ago that attempted to make local school districts more accountable. We applaud that goal, but we question the new round of testing the bill apparently will require of local school districts.
Eudora economy perceived positively
January 24, 2002
Although Lawrence sometimes presents an unfriendly face to business growth, outlying Douglas County communities like Eudora encourage it, according to some participants and attendants at a Douglas County economic planning meeting Jan. 17.
Junk mail is never local
January 24, 2002
Judging from my mail, I’m a popular guy. Actually, it’s not me so much as my position.